# Math Quiz For Grade 3

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##### Division

Division is a fascinating mathematical concept that helps us share, distribute, and understand how things can be divided into equal parts. It’s like the magic of breaking things into smaller, fair portions, and it’s a fundamental skill in math that we use in our everyday lives.

So, get ready to flex your mental muscles, embark on this mathematical journey, and explore the fascinating world of multiplication through the Multiplication Math Quiz Grade 3 curated for Kids. But before the quiz starts let’s read a fun story about 3 friends Emma, Mia and Liam.

Emma’s friends, Mia and Liam, had a giant bag of jellybeans that they wanted to share equally. They had 24 jellybeans in total and wanted to know how many each of them would get. That’s when they called upon their math whiz friend, Emma!

Emma smiled and said, “No problem, Mia and Liam! We can solve this with division.” She took out a piece of colorful chalk and drew a big bag of jellybeans on the sidewalk.

“Now,” Emma continued, “we need to divide the 24 jellybeans into two equal parts, one for Mia and one for Liam.” She drew a line down the middle of the bag, dividing it into two sections.

• Q-1
• 27 ÷ __ = 3

• Q-2
• Jay puts 42 eggs equally in 6 boxes. How many eggs are there in each box?

• Q-3
• Divide the smallest 2-digit number by 5.

• Q-4
• 3 children share 18 chocolates. How many does each child get?

• Q-5
• Ron distributes 12 apples equally among 4 monkeys. How many apples does each monkey get?

• Q-6
• Sam has a collection of 72 marbles. She wants to put them in jars. She can put 8 marbles in one jar. How many jars does she need to put all the marbles in?

• Q-7
• Lisa needs to place the blocks shown into boxes. Each box holds 6 blocks. Which of the following shows the number of boxes Leela needs?

• Q-8
• Imagine there are 100 students, and they want to sit down in an auditorium. They want to sit in 10 rows, so how many students are there in each row?

• Q-9
• Jack asked his father to help him place 40 seedlings in packets. If every packet needs to contain 5 seeds, how many packets do they need?

• Q-10
•  A denominator is